How To Have A Date Night Without Breaking The Bank
I was having a discussion earlier today with someone and she wanted to know how to have some date nights without breaking the bank. Because let’s face not all of us are rich, and most of us got responsibilities that we have to tend to. However that is no excuse for not having dates. So I am going to share with you, the list of 5 things you can do in order to enjoy each other without breaking the bank.
1.) One idea I gave her is going sight seeing together. This works for her, because she lives in Savannah, where there is a lot of history. I know for me I have been living near Savannah for over 10 years and still have not seen everything. So if you live in a city, do some online research about the cities history and then go sight seeing.
Okay I know some of you are saying ~ MzGaPeachy not everyone lives in the city. I live in a rural area. Well number two goes for you, but the people who live in the city can do this also.
2.) Go for a drive in the country. Just riding and talking can do wonders. My husband and have done this plenty of times. We usually stop and get us a cone of ice cream and just ride and talk.
3.)Go spend time at the park. Her is another one my husband and I have done. We like to go out there and walk the track or just sit a swing on the swings and talk. You can even have a picnic there. It does not take much to pack a little picnic for the two of you.
4.) If you happen to live near a University, you can go to free or very inexpensive plays or musical. I know when I was attending Armstrong in Savannah they had something going on open to the public all the time. Basically all you have to do is check your local newspaper and it will tell you. ~Also check your local newspaper s for other free event or cheap events in your city outside the university.
5.) This is also a favorite of mine even though I haven’t did it in a while is bowling. Some bowling alley’s run specials and some even have online coupons. And even if they don’t when it is just the two of you it won’t break the bank.
Basically, it does not matter what you do for a date as long as you do it together. It is the time that you spend together that makes up the true value of the date, not the amount of money you spend.